2 plead not guilty to helping sell stolen funs
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — Two Boston residents charged with helping to sell guns stolen from a Worcester Army Reserve center have pleaded not guilty.
The Telegram & Gazette (http://bit.ly/20gyNak ) reports that Tyrone James was held after his arraignment Wednesday on charges including conspiring to sell a stolen firearm.
Ashley Bigsbee remains free on $10,000 bail after her arraignment on charges including unlawful possession of a stolen firearm.
Federal prosecutors say they helped sell some of the six assault rifles and 10 handguns stolen from the Lincoln W. Stoddard U.S. Army Reserve Center on Nov. 16. Some of the weapons remain missing.
Bigsbee’s lawyer says she had nothing to do with the sale. James’ lawyer has not commented.
The Cambridge man who allegedly stole the weapons, a former Army Reservist, is scheduled to be arraigned Friday.
Information from: Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, Mass.), http://www.telegram.com